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Zakopane and Polish Mountains From Krakow

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Visit Zakopane and Polish mountains. Experience a unique style of architecture, clothes, and food. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Polish mountains from the cable car. Visit the historic wooden village. See the ski jumps of the World Championship.
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Duration 10 hours
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  • Travel in a comfortable minivan from Krakow
  • Visit historic wooden buildings
  • Take a cable car to the top of the mountain
  • Learn more about the Polish mountains from an English-speaking driver-guide
Full description
Zakopane is the most popular winter resort in Poland. Zakopane is visited by over 2.5 million tourists a year. Many tourists come to Zakopane to experience the heritage of highlander culture, which is rich in a unique style of food, speech, architecture, and music.
In Zakopane, the most popular street is Krupówki Street, which is a peculiar market of the city and its central point. Krupówki street is crowded with tourists who visit shops and go to restaurants located along the street. On this street you can find many traditional highlander items to buy, such as clothes and souvenirs, but also to eat, such as the famous smoked sheep cheese called "Oscypek".

In winter, Zakopane is visited by tourists who practice winter sports, such as skiing or snowmobiling. In the summer, tourists come here to walk in the mountains. Zakopane is also the place where the Winter Ski Jumping World Championships take place. The best ski jumpers in the world, including the Polish team consisting of outstanding ski jumpers, celebrate their successes here.

The most important places in Zakopane are mountain peaks. Giewont is a mountain peak at the foot of Zakopane. On Giewont is placed a huge cross - a symbol of Catholicism in Poland. The second equally important mountain peak near Zakopane is Rysy - the highest point located within the country.
  • A visit to the historic wooden village of Zakopane
  • Transportation in both directions from Krakow by air-conditioned minibus
  • English-speaking driver
  • Ticket to top of mountain by cable car
  • Museum entrance fees
What’s Not Included
  • Food and drinks

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Important information
Know before you go
• Please inform the tour operator if you have a small child requiring a car seat
• Please note, in exceptional cases, the minivan might be replaced with a bigger bus, with very similar comfort
• This is a full-day tour, lasting around 10 hours
• It is a trip mainly on foot, please remember comfortable footwear
• Please note: this is not a guided tour
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